“Gregory’s” expands in Germany

“Gregory’s Coffee” is expanding its activities in Germany after the success of its first store in Berlin, planning to add four-five new stores in the country by the summer.

A report by Deutsche Welle said the store, located in Alexander Platz in Berlin, offers mostly Greek products. “Gregory’s Coffee” is an initiative by Nikoos Dramitinos, general franchisee of “Gregory’s” 30 stores in Crete. “Gregory’s” operates more than 300 stores in Greece, Cyprus, Bahamas and Romania.

“Our biggest weapon is our quality,” Stelios Stivaktakis, manager of the store isn Berlin said. The flagship of products offered is a very good coffee sold at a competitive price, accompanied by classic Greek food, cheese pie, cherry pie and spinach pie. The oranges used for fresh juice are imported from Chania, and most of the products, raw materials, are Greek and protected origin name products.

“Gregory’s” plans to open a new store in Erlangen, near Nurnberg, in early February and up to three new stores in Berlin.